Don’t Leave Our Staff Untrained Saraki Tells National Assembly Commission
The leader of the National Assembly and the President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, does not want the state of the nation's education sector to show up at the National Assembly.
Unlike teachers that have been abandoned by the government without training and re-training, the Senate President is asking the National Assembly Commission to ensure that it upholds the training and re-training of the staff for the National Assembly to effectively deliver their legislative duties.
Dr. Saraki made the request at a meeting with officials of the National Assembly Service Commission on Wednesday.
He maintained that the issue of training and re-training of staff was one area that he was very keen on.
"The work that is been done in the National Assembly requires a lot of technical support, especially for our aides that do most of the background work.
"These are areas that we cannot compromise on, because it affects the output of the National Assembly," the Senate President wrote on his Facebook page after the meeting.
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"In this regard, I charged the National Assembly Commission not to compromise in the area of the training and re-training of our staff for the effective delivery of their legislative duties," he added.
This is coming at a time that teachers in some Nigerian states are being owed salaries and have not been trained for years.
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